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Ethan Brosh Conspiracy Album review

Ethan Brosh


Release date: February 16, 2018

Monster Tone Records

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


I come across many phenomenal lesser known guitarists in my journey and have been blessed by the guitar gods to listen to the likes of Al Joseph, Lou DiBello, Jimi Bell, Joey Conception, Mike Kerr and now Ethan Brosh. He started playing electric guitar at age 12 and was mentored by Eyal Freeman. Ethan attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music earning his Bachelor's Degree in Songwriting and he is also a part time teacher. He started in a band called Burning Heat and toured with them for awhile before creating his first solo album in 2009-Out of Oblivion (Magna Carta Records).


Brosh continued by playing and touring with Angels of Babylon on two albums Kingdom of Evil (2010) and Thundergod (2013). In 2014 his second album Live the Dream was released on Carmine Appices label Rocker Records and he has played guitar for the Appice brothers. He has also shared stages with Eddie Money, Yngwie Malmsteen, Jake E. Lee's Red Dragon Cartel, Uli Jon Roth and has played for Michael Sweet, Steelheart, and Eric Martin among others.


This latest release Conspiracy was mixed by legendary producer Max Norman (Ozzy, Megadeth, Bad Company) and features Giorgio Mongelli (bass), Nate Montalvo (guitar), Dan Whitelock (drums). The track “Tomb of the Gods” also features Satchel of Steel Panther.

This album is 14 instrumental tracks that pack power and might. Listen as Ethan makes his axe scream on song “Sweet Evil.”  You can feel the chords he plays because he plays with every part of his body and soul. Each bend and riff played sounds as if the sky is ripping apart. Check out the track “The Road to Victory” as it has that ear candy 80s metal/rock vibe reminiscent of early Steve Vai.


Of course I had to check out more of his other work. Ethan Brosh is an absolute beast shredding with his spontaneous style on Michael Sweet’s video for “Bizarre.”  Check out his phenomenal playing style on the video for “Knock on Wood” off his 2014 Live the Dream album; thoroughly entrancing and seductive. Again on the video for “Space Invader” he is one with his instrument and watching him is akin to watching fine art. Very inspiring.


He delivers brightness to his sound, crystalline cutting tones with smooth aggressiveness and tasteful solos exuding raw emotion and fiery passion. A feast for guitar rock aficionados. He will be touring starting in March with Ross the Boss.










Solo with Yngwie Malmsteen




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